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​The Hamiltones Singing Group
Meets the first Friday of each month at 1 p.m.   

Come harmonize (in or out of tune) with the Hamiltones –Singing is a great way to share fun and laughter. You are never too young or old to sing! Come exercise your lungs with the Hamiltones …. they will help you, along with John Lord, music maestro and pianist. Singing is good for the heart and soul...it even burns calories!

​​​Sunday Music Series, a Myriad of International Music
Sundays from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m.


In the coming year, the music committee has planned an exciting series that will be held on Sundays from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m., right next door at Central Congregational Church. Music presentations will be given by performers of diverse cultural backgrounds. More information will be coming in September. The schedule is as follows:


Mixed Magic Exult Gospel Choir - October 8th

Magnolia Cajun Band- November 5th

VoX, Voices of Christmas - December 10th

Irish Dancing with Kevin Doyle - March 4th

John Miranda Band, Cape Verde - April 8th

​Crocodile River, music of West Africa - May 6th


​Prices: 

General: $15 

H.H. Member: $12

Student: $10

Family: $25 


Please register by calling (401) 831-1800 or email hamiltonhouse276@gmail.com 

​Opera Sampler with Carl
Thursdays at 10:45 a.m. beginning in September 


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​​​Restless Passions: Music in the Age of Haydn and Mozart
Wednesdays July 12, 19, 16, and August 2 at 1 p.m.


Please note that the July 19 lecture will be at 11 a.m.

Week 1
Setting the Stage: Music and Majesty at the Habsburg Court
Music Discussed: Violin Sonatas, Sacred Music

Week 2
From Servant to Celebrity: The Musical Worlds of Joseph Haydn
Music Discussed: Symphonies and String Quartets

Week 3
Mozart, Freemasonry, and the Quest for Musical Beauty
Music Discussed: Concertos and German Opera (The Magic Flute)

Week 4
Pleasure and Pain: Late Mozart and the Sublime
Music Discussed: Italian Opera (Don Giovanni) and the Requiem Mass

Samuel Breene will give this lecture series, along with playing the violin. He is an Associate Professor, Rhode Island College  - Music History, Early Music Ensemble, Violin

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